Hemmings find of the day: 1974 Hurst/Olds

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    Re: Hemmings find of the day: 1974 Hurst/Olds

    I wonder how much these will go for. You can't get much more rare than a 1 of 1.

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    Re: Hemmings find of the day: 1974 Hurst/Olds

    I love Olds. I love Indy Pace Cars. I had a 76 4dr Cutlass...

    That 74 IPC... I would give my right arm for it!
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    Re: Hemmings find of the day: 1974 Hurst/Olds

    Quote Originally Posted by Silmarg View Post
    I love Olds. I love Indy Pace Cars. I had a 76 4dr Cutlass...

    That 74 IPC... I would give my right arm for it!
    You better hope its an auto then - its hard to change gear in a LHD car with no right arm! I like the convertible -it is a much better design than the sedan.

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    Re: Hemmings find of the day: 1974 Hurst/Olds

    I almost forget they made those Cutlass' in sedans
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    Re: Hemmings find of the day: 1974 Hurst/Olds

    Quote Originally Posted by chinamonty View Post
    You better hope its an auto then - its hard to change gear in a LHD car with no right arm! I like the convertible -it is a much better design than the sedan.
    the ultimate irony!
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